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HELLO EVERYONE!!! I am SOOOOOOOOOOO Incredibly sorry I have not been able to update the spreadsheet and offer support to you amazing people <3 My life has been INSANE and I hardly even have time to just sit down lately. My weight has sufered because of this :( I worked on updating the spreadsheet this morning and have updated it mostly through 10/13. I am going away this weekend but will update it fully on Monday. Again, I am so sorry, Those who have done my challenges before know this doesn't happen. I will finish updating on Monday and will post my messages of congratulations then! You all did so well!! I'm so proud of all of you! To those who were concerned about me, I so appreciate your concern. I am doing good just stressed and busy out of my mind with work and school and a romantic relationship. <3 <3 <3

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I know the challenge is over, but I broke the 200 mark and am down to 196.6. Woo hoo! If I knew how to make a spread sheet I'd start another challenge. This was so much fun!


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HELLO EVERYONE!!! I am SOOOOOOOOOOO Incredibly sorry I have not been able to update the spreadsheet and offer support to you amazing people

Just glad you are okay. [emoji173]

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Holding strong at 214 ;-)

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HELLO EVERYONE!!! I am SOOOOOOOOOOO Incredibly sorry I have not been able to update the spreadsheet and offer support to you amazing people

I'm just glad you're okay. I was getting worried.


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I know the challenge is over, but I broke the 200 mark and am down to 196.6. Woo hoo! If I knew how to make a spread sheet I'd start another challenge. This was so much fun!




Awesome I cannot wait to join you in Onederland[emoji122]


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Alright everyone, here we go again! Please be patient with my updates on the spreadsheet as I have a lot going on.
This challenge will run from August 25, 2017 to October 20, 2017. This will give us a total of 9 weigh ins. I will do my best to post to the spreadsheet within 1 - 2 day of receiving your weight but I am going to be in 5 classes and working 2 jobs so if it takes me a few extra days I am sorry but I WILL have it updated as soon as possible!! Please note that I will recalculate the figures as soon as I can following the Friday weigh in - so your weight percentages may be a little off...
I have made these Friday weigh ins because that will allow us to start as soon as possible. You may post your weight at anytime during the week if Friday is not your weigh in day!

This challenge is for everyone. If you are pre op, post op, in maintenance or looking for some accountability; this challenge is for you! The rules and link to the spreadsheet are below!

Procedures:
Please Post Your Starting Weight (Weight on or around August 25th) and Goal Weight (what you would like to weigh at the end of the challenge) at the start of the challenge on August 25, 2017. Remember this goal weight is only for the end of the challenge, not your ending goal weight!!
You can cut/paste this below and fill it in on your post -

Goal Weight:
Current Weight:
Today's Date:

Rules:
1. I will be awarding a prize to 2 lucky participants! The winners will be selected at random an the only thing you need to do to be eligible for the drawing is log your weight each week!
2. Post your weight on this thread every Friday. Specifically 8/25, 9/1, 9/8, 9/15, 9/22, 9/29, 10/6, 10/13, and 10/20
3. If you change your screen name please let me know.
4. If you miss 2 or more weigh ins, I will assume you no longer want to participate and your name will be removed from the spreadsheet.
5. If you miss a weigh in on Friday, no problem. Just post it asap.
6. We are all here to support each other, if you post a question anyone can answer.
7. You will know your weight is updated on the spreadsheet once I've liked your post!

The link to the spreadsheet is below! Have fun, and good luck with this challenge!!!
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1jMtg8eT3g6JIsbB5YZ-_C_P34stfGqB0G_pmefEhA1U/edit?usp=sharing
Remember we are all here to support each other! I look forward to running another challenge with you!



I need this challenge to start back up I miss it [emoji25]


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